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Stephen

Ceci

Helen L. Carr Professor of Developmental Psychology
G80, Martha Van Rensselaer Hall
Ithaca, New York
Human Development

Biography

I am the author of approximately 450 articles, books, commentaries, reviews, and chapters—many in the premier journals in the field. According to Google Scholar, my work has been cited ~ 36,000 times and my h-index=80, i10=243, with ~40 publications each cited over 100 times. I have given hundreds of invited addresses and keynote speeches around the world (Harvard, Cambridge University, Oxford, Yale, Princeton, University of Rome, University of Oslo, Max Plank Institutes in both Munich and Berlin).  I have served on the Advisory Board of the National Science Foundation for seven years (the Social, Behavioral, and Economic Sciences), and was a member of the National Academy of Sciences’ Board of Behavioral and Sensory Sciences for six years. My major honors and scientific awards include:

  • In 2000 the American Academy of Forensic Psychology's Lifetime Distinguished Contribution Award,
  • In 2002, the American Psychological Association's Division of Developmental Psychology awarded me its Lifetime Award for Science and Society
  • In 2003 Distinguished Scientific Contribution Award for the Application of Psychology (shared with Elizabeth F. Loftus), and
  • In 2005 I received the Association for Psychological Science's highest scientific award, the James McKeen Cattell Award at its annual meeting in L.A.
  • In 2013 The Society for Research in Child Development (SRCD) gave me its lifetime distinguished contribution award (Seattle, WA).  Cornell Chronicle Story 
  • In 2014 I received the SUNY Award for Research; 2002 SUNY Award for Teaching
  • In 2015 I was the recipient of the American Psychological Association's E. L. Thorndike Award for lifetime contribution to empirical and theoretical psychology (see story at: http://news.cornell.edu/stories/2014/08/steve-ceci-wins-thorndike-award-lifetime-research)
  • In 2018 I was the recipient of the G. Stanley Hall Award for LIfetime Contribution to Developmental Psychology,  (see story:  http://news.cornell.edu/stories/2017/09/stephen-ceci-receive-developmental-psychology-award)

I have appeared frequently in the national and international media, including: ABC's 20/20 (twice), NBC’s Dateline (twice), ABC’s Nightline, ABC’s Good Morning America, ABC’s Primetime Live (twice), PBS’s Frontline (twice), CBS’s 48 Hours, PBS’s McNeil-Lehrer NewsHour, BBC (three times), CBC's Fifth Estate, and numerous magazines and newspapers including the Wall Street Journal (twice), The New York Times (four times), The  New Yorker (three times), The Washington Post (three times), Time Magazine (twice), Newsweek (twice), The London Times, and Reader's Digest.  I am past president of the Society for General Psychology, and I currently serve on 9 editorial boards; I am a senior advisor to several journals.

My research activities involve three lines of inquiry, each of which generated multiple new publications during 2017. These three lines are: 1) children & the law (suggestibility, competence to testify, deception, coerced confessions), 2) women and science (sex discrimination in hiring, mentoring, stereotypes), and 3) intellectual development (cross-cultural influences, schooling, intelligence, cognitive sex differences, and achievement gaps). In my women-in-science research with Wendy Williams, we published several new articles and we co-edited a volume (in press). In addition, I conducted and published multiple experiments on children's testimonial competence (with members of my lab group).  And I published several articles/chapters on intellectual development. 

I have between 400-500 publications. Pelase see CV for complete list. The following is a fairly random list.

Authored Books

           

Ceci, S. J. (1990). On Intelligence ... more or less: A bio-ecological treatise on intellectual  development. Englewood Cliffs, NJ:  Prentice-Hall Century Psychology Series.

Ceci, S. J. (1996). On Intelligence: A bio-ecological treatise on intellectual  development. 2nd ed. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press.

Ceci, S. J. & Bruck, M. [1995].  Jeopardy in the courtroom: The scientific analysis of children’s testimony. Washington, D.C.: American Psychological Association. (Winner of the William James Book Award by APA)

Bronfenbrenner, U., P. McClelland, E. Wethington, P. Moen, and S.J. Ceci. (1996). The State of Americans.  New York: The Free Press.

Williams, W.M & Ceci, S. J.  (1998).  Escaping the Advice Trap. Kansas City: Andrews McMeel.

Ceci, S. J. & Williams, W. M. (2010). The Mathematics of Sex: How biology and society conspire to limit talented women and girls.  NY: Oxford University Press.

Edited Volumes

Ceci, S. J. (Ed.). (1985). Handbook of cognitive, social, and neuro- psychological aspects of learning disabilities. Vol. 1.  Hillsdale, NJ.:  Erlbaum.

Ceci, S. J. (Ed.). (1987). Handbook of cognitive, social, and neuropsychological aspects of learning disabilities. Vol. 2.  Hillsdale, NJ.: Erlbaum.

Ceci, S.J., Ross, D. & Toglia, M.  (Eds.) (1987).  Children's eyewitness memory.  NY: Springer-Verlag.

Ceci, S. J., Toglia, M., & Ross, D. (Eds.) (1989). Perspectives on children's testimony.  NY: Springer-Verlag.

Ceci, S. J., Leichtman, M., & Putnick, M. (Eds.) (1992). Cognitive and social factors in deception among preschoolers Hillsdale, NJ.: Erlbaum.

Sternberg, R. J., Ceci, S. J., Scarr, S., Horn, J., Hunt, E., & Matarrazo, J. (Eds.) (1994). The Encyclopedia of Intelligence.Vol. 1. NY: Macmillan.

Sternberg, R. J., Ceci, S. J., Scarr, S., Horn, J., Hunt, E., & Matarrazo, J. (Eds.) (1994). The Encyclopedia of Intelligence.Vol. 2. NY: Macmillan.

Ceci, S. J.  (Guest Editor) (1997).  Special Theme:  Intelligence in Society in Psychology, Public Policy, and Law", Vol. 2, Number 3/4.

Ceci, S. J. & Hembrooke, H. (Eds.) (1998). What can (and should) be said in court?:  Expert witnesses in child abuse cases. Washington, DC: APA Books.

Ceci, S. J. & Williams, W. M. (Eds.) (1999).  The Nature-Nurture Debate: The Essential Readings.  Oxford: Blackwell Publishers.

Ceci, S. J. & Williams, W. M.(Eds.) (2007). Why aren’t more women in science? Top researchers debate the evidence. Washington, DC: APA Books.

Ceci, S.J., Williams, W. M. & Kahn, S. (eds.) (2015). Underrepresentation of Women in Science: International and Cross-Disciplinary Evidence and Debate. Frontiers in Psychology. http://journal.frontiersin.org/researchtopic/2794/underrepresentation-of-women-in-science-international-and-cross-disciplinary-evidence-and-debate

 

Ceci, S. J. & Bjork, R. A. (Eds.), (2000) Psychological Science in the Public Interest: Vol. 1:1

Ceci, S. J. & Bjork, R. A. (Eds.), (2000) Psychological Science in the Public Interest: Vol. 1:2

Ceci, S. J. & Bjork, R. A. (Eds.), (2001) Psychological Science in the Public Interest: Vol. 2:1

Ceci, S. J. & Bjork, R. A. (Eds.), (2001) Psychological Science in the Public Interest: Vol. 2:2

Ceci, S. J. & Bjork, R. A. (Eds.), (2002) Psychological Science in the Public Interest: Vol. 3:1

Ceci, S. J. & Bjork, R. A. (Eds.), (2002) Psychological Science in the Public Interest: Vol. 3:2

Ceci, S. J. & Bjork, R. A. (Eds.), (2003) Psychological Science in the Public Interest: Vol. 4:1

Ceci, S. J. & Bjork, R. A. (Eds.), (2003) Psychological Science in the Public Interest: Vol. 4:2

Ceci, S. J. & Bjork, R. A. (Eds.), (2003) Psychological Science in the Public Interest: Vol. 4:3

Ceci, S. J. & Bjork, R. A. (Eds.), (2004) Psychological Science in the Public Interest: Vol. 5:1

Ceci, S. J. & Bjork, R. A. (Eds.), (2004) Psychological Science in the Public Interest: Vol. 5:2

Ceci, S. J. & Gernsbacher, M. (Eds.), (2004) Psychological Science in the Public Interest: Vol. 5:3

Ceci, S. J. & Gernsbacher, M. (Eds.), (2005) Psychological Science in the Public Interest: Vol. 6:1

Ceci, S. J. & Gernsbacher, M. (Eds.), (2004) Psychological Science in the Public Interest: Vol. 6:2

Ceci, S. J. & Gernsbacher, M. (Eds.), (2005) Psychological Science in the Public Interest: Vol. 6:3

Ceci, S. J. & Gernsbacher, M. (Eds.), (2004) Psychological Science in the Public Interest: Vol. 7:1

Ceci, S. J. & Gernsbacher, M. (Eds.), (2005) Psychological Science in the Public Interest: Vol. 7:2

Ceci, S. J. & Gernsbacher, M. (Eds.), (2006) Psychological Science in the Public Interest: Vol. 7:3

Ceci, S. J. & Gernsbacher, M. (Eds.), (2006) Psychological Science in the Public Interest: Vol. 7:2

Ceci, S. J. & Gernsbacher, M. (Eds.), (2007) Psychological Science in the Public Interest: Vol. 8.1

Ceci, S. J. & Gernsbacher, M. (Eds.), (2007) Psychological Science in the Public Interest: Vol. 8.2

Ceci, S. J. & Gernsbacher, M. (Eds.), (2007) Psychological Science in the Public Interest: Vol. 8.3

London, K. & Ceci, S. J. (Eds.) (2012). Special Issue: Child Witness Research. Developmental Review, Volume 32, Issue 3, Pages 161-306.

Ceci, S.J., Williams, W.M. & Kahn, S. (Eds.) (2017). Underrepresentation of Women in Science: International and Cross-Disciplinary Evidence and Debate.  London: Frontiers ebooks.

Selected Articles 

Ceci, S.J., and Bronfenbrenner, U. (1985).  Don't forget to take the cupcakes out of the oven: Prospective memory, time-monitoring and context.  Child Development, 56, 152-164.

Ceci, S. J. and Liker, J.  (1986). A day at the races: IQ, expertise, and cognitive complexity.  Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, 115, 255-266.

Ceci, S.J., Ross, D. and Toglia, M.  (1987).  Suggestibility of children's memory:  Psycholegal implications. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, 116. 38-49.

Chi, M.T.H. and Ceci, S.J. (1987).  Content knowledge:  Its representation and restructuring in memory development. In H.W. Reese & L .Lipsett (Eds.), Advances in Child Development and Behavior, 20,  91-146.

Ceci, S. J. & Liker, J. (1988). Stalking the IQ-expertise relation. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, 117, 95-101.

Ceci, S. J. , Landesman Ramey, S., & Ramey, C. (1990).  Framing intellectual development in terms of a person-process-context model. Educational Psychologist, 25, 269-292.

Ceci, S. J. (1991). How much does schooling influence general intelligence and its cognitive components?: A reassessment of the evidence. Developmental Psychology, 27, 703-722.

Henderson, C. R. & Ceci, S. J. (1992). Is it better to be born rich or smart?: A bioecological analysis. 2nd place In The 1990 IBM Supercomputing Competition Winners.  Athens, GA: University of Georgia Press.

Bronfenbrenner, U. & Ceci, S. J. (1993). Heredity, environment, and the question "how". (pp. 313-324).   In R. Plomin & G. McClearn (Eds.), Nature-nurture & psychology.  Washington, DC: APA Books.

Ceci, S. J. & Bruck, M. (1993, Fall).  Translating research into policy.  SRCD Social Policy Report. Vol. 7, No. 3.

Ceci, S. J. & Bruck, M. (1993). The suggestibility of children's recollections: An historical review and synthesis. Psychological Bulletin, 113, 403-439.

Bronfenbrenner, U. & Ceci, S. J. (1994).  Nature-nurture in developmental perspective: A bioecological theory. Psychological Review, 101, 568-586.

Bruck, M., Ceci, S. J., Francoeur, E., & Renick, A. (1995)  Anatomically Detailed Dolls Do Not Facilitate Preschoolers’ Reports of a Pediatric Examination Involving Genital Touching.  Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied 1, 95-109.

Bruck, M., Ceci, S. J., & Rosenthal, R. (1995).   Amicus brief for the case of State of New Jersey v.  Michaels.  Psychology, Public Policy and Law, 1, 272-322.

Ceci, S. J., Bruck, M., & Rosenthal, R. (1995).   Children’s allegations of sexual abuse: Forensic and scientific issues.  Psychology, Public Policy, and Law, 1, 494-520.

Leichtman, M.D. & Ceci, S.J. (1995)  The Effects of Stereotypes and Suggestions on Preschoolers’ Reports,  Developmental Psychology, 31(4),568-578.

Neisser, U., U., Boodoo, G., Bouchard, T., Brody, N., Ceci, S. J., Halpern, D., Loehlin, J., Perloff, R., Sternberg, R. J., & Urbina, S. (1996).  Intelligence: Knowns and unknowns.  American Psychologist, 51, 1-25.

Bruck, M. & Ceci, S. J. (1997). The Suggestibility of Young Children: Current Directions in Psychological Science, 6(3),75-79.

Ceci, S.J. &  Huffman, Mary Lyn Crotteau (1997).  How Suggestible Are Preschoolers?: Cognitive and Social Factors.  Journal of the American Academy of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry, 36:7, July 1997.

Bronfenbrenner, U. & Ceci, S. J. (1998).  Could the reason be talent?  Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 21:(3)409

Bruck, M., Ceci, S. J. , & Hembrooke, H. (1998).  Reliability and credibility of young children’s reports:  from research to policy and practice.  American Psychologist, Vol. 53(2),136-151.

Ornstein, P. A., Ceci, S. J., & Loftus, E. (1998).  Adult Recollections of Childhood Abuse:  Cognitive and Developmental Perspectives.  Psychology, Public Policy, and Law, Vol. 4, 1025-1051.

Ceci, S. J. & Friedman, R. D. (2000). The suggestibility of children: Scientific research and legal implications. Cornell Law Review, 86, 34-108.

Barnett, S. M. & Ceci, S. J. (2002). When and Where do we apply what we learn?  A taxonomy for far transfer. Psychological Bulletin, Vol. 128(4), 612-637.

Ceci, S. J.  (2002). The Development of Real-World Knowledge and Reasoning in Real-World Contexts.  Developmental Review, 22, 323-330.

Ceci, S.J. (2003).  APA Award Address: Cast in six ponds and you’ll reel in something:  looking back on 25 years of research.  American Psychologist, 58(11), 855-864.

Ceci, S. J. & Bjork, R. A. (2003). Science, Politics, and Violence in the Media. Psychological Science in the Public Interest, 4, No. 3, 1-3.

Bruck, M. & Ceci, S. J. (2004). Forensic developmental psychology: Unveiling four common misconceptions. Current Directions in Psychological Science, 13, 229-232.

Williams, W. M. & Ceci, S. J. (2005, May 26) Beware the undiscovered genius. Nature, 435, 534.

Ceci, S. J. & Bruck, M. (2006). Children’s Suggestibility: Characteristics and Mechanisms.  Advances in Child Development and Behavior, 34, 247-281.

Ceci, S.J. & Papierno, P.B. (2005).  The rhetoric and reality of gap-closing: When the “have-nots” gain, but the “haves” gain even more.  American Psychologist, 60, 149-160.

Ceci, S. J. (2005, November). In Memoriam: Urie Bronfenbrenner APS Observer.

Ceci, S.J., Papierno, P.B., & Kulkofsky, S. C. (2007). Representational Constraints on Children’s Memory and Suggestibility. Psychological Science, 18, 503-509.

Bruck, M., Ceci, S. J., Kulkfsky, S. C., Klemfuss, J. Z., & Sweeney, C. (2008). Unwarranted Assumptions About Children’s Testimonial Accuracy. In M. Rutter, D. Bishop, et al. (Eds.) Rutter’s Handbook of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, 5 edition. Oxford: Blackwell.

Williams, W. M. & Ceci, S. J. (2009). A useful way to glean social information.  Nature, 458, 12, 147.

Ceci, S. J., Williams, W.M., & Barnett, S.M. (2009). Women’s underrepresentation in science:  Sociocultural and biological considerations. Psychological Bulletin, 135, 218-261.

Ceci, S. J. & Konstantopoulos, S. (2009, Jan. 30). Editorial: It’s not all about class size. The Chronicle of Higher Education.

Rindermann, H. & Ceci, S. J. (2009). Educational policy and country outcomes in international cognitive competence studies. Perspectives in Psychological Science, 4, 551-577.

Ceci, S.J., Fitneva, S. A., & Williams, W. M. (2010). Representational Constraints on the Development of Memory and Metamemory: A Developmental-Representational-Theory. Psychological Review, 117, 464-495.

Ceci, S. J. & Williams, W.M. (2010). Sex Differences in Math-Intensive Fields. Current Directions in Psychological Science, 19(5), 275-279.

Ceci, S. J. & Williams, W.M. (2011). Understanding Current Causes of Women's Underrepresentation in Science. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 108, 3157-3162. (TWIP: This Week in PNAS; cover story article)

Williams, W.M. & Ceci, S. J. (2012). When Scientists Choose Motherhood.  American Scientist, 100, 138-145.

Ceci, S.J. & Williams, W.M (2015). Women have substantial advantage in STEM faculty hiring, except when competing against more-accomplished men. Frontiers in Psychology, 6, 1532. http://journal.frontiersin.org/article/10.3389/fpsyg.2015.01532/full?utm_source=Email_to_authors_&utm_medium=Email&utm_content=T1_11.5e1_author&utm_campaign=Email_publication&field=&journalName=Frontiers_in_Psychology&id=147830

Friedman, R. & Ceci, S. J. (2015). The child quasi witness. University of Chicago Law Review82, 89-112. https://lawreview.uchicago.edu/sites/lawreview.uchicago.edu/files/uploads/82_1/04%20Friedman%20and%20Ceci_SYMP_Internet.pdf

Friedman, R. & Ceci, S. J. (2015, July 22). Solving the judicial conundrum of child statements. The Hill. http://thehill.com/blogs/pundits-blog/the-judiciary/248918-solving-the-judicial-conundrum-of-child-statements

Friedman, R.D. & Ceci, S.J. (2015, March 12). Op Ed: How courts should hear from children. Washington Post. https://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/how-courts-should-hear-from-children/2015/03/12/46f165c4-c835-11e4-b2a1-bed1aaea2816_story.html

Ceci, S. J., Ginther, D. K., Kahn, S., & Williams, W.M. (2014). Women in Academic Science: A Changing Landscape. Psychological Science in the Public Interest http://psi.sagepub.com/content/15/3/75.abstract?patientinform-links=yes&legid=sppsi;15/3/75 DOI:10.1177/1529100614541236

Friedman, R. & Ceci, S. J. (Submitted Jan. 2015). No. 13-1352 IN THE Supreme Court of the United States In OHIO, Petitioner, v. DARIUS CLARK, Respondent. On a Writ of Certiorari to the Supreme Court of Ohio. BRIEF OF RICHARD D. FRIEDMAN AND STEPHEN J. CECI, AS AMICI CURIAE.

Williams, W.M. & Ceci, S. J. (2015). National hiring experiments reveals 2-to-1 preference for women faculty on STEM tenure-track. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences,  112 no. 17, 5360–5365.    http://www.pnas.org/content/early/2015/04/08/1418878112.abstract; DOI:10.1073/pnas.1418878112

Williams, W.M. & Ceci, S. J. (2015, May 7).  Describing applicants in gendered language might influence academic science hiring. American Scientist. http://www.americanscientist.org/blog/pub/gendered-language-science-hiring

Ceci, S. J., Williams & W.M. (2015, September 10). Op Ed: Passions supplant reason in dialog on women in science. Chronicle of Higher Education. http://chronicle.com/article/Passions-Supplant-Reason-in/232989?cid=megamenu

Ceci, S.J., Williams-Ceci, S., & Williams, W.M. (2016). How to Actualize Potential: A Bio-ecological Approach to Talent Development, Annals of the New York Academy of Science. 1-12. doi: 10.1111/nyas.13057   http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/nyas.13057/abstract

Ceci, S.J. & Williams, W.M. (2016). A Qualitative Synthesis Of The Flynn Effect. Measurement: Interdisciplinary Research and Perspectives,14, 56-63. DOI:10.1080/15366367.2016.1173949  http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/15366367.2016.1173949?journalCode=hmes20

Ceci, S.J. (2016, Aug. 1). Letters: Editor's Summary Mischaracterized Breda and Hillion's Findings/ Science, 353, Issue 6298.

Rindermann, H. & Ceci, S.J. (in press). Parents’ education is more important than their income in shaping their children’s intelligence: Results of 19 samples in seven countries at different developmental levels. Journal of Education for the Gifted.

Ceci. S.J. & Cleese, J. (in press). The human face. In D. Smith (Ed.) Lofty Towers Lectures by John Cleese. Cornell University Press. Ithaca, NY.

Ceci, S.J. (2018).  E.L. Thorndike Lifetime Award Address: Women in academic science: Experimental findings from hiring studies. Educational Psychologist.  DOI: 10.1080/00461520.2017.1396462

Ceci, S.J. & Williams, W.M. (revise & resubmit). Who decides what is acceptable speech on campus?: A psycho-legal perspective on free speech. Perspectives in Psychological Science.

W. M. & Ceci, S. J. (2007). Key issues in the debate on women in science. In Ceci, S. J. & Williams, W. M. (Editors). (in press). Do women belong in science?: Eminent thinkers weigh the evidence on a key controversy of our time. Washington, DC: American Psychological Assoc. Books.

Mueller-Johnson, K. & Ceci, S. J. (2005). Zur suggestiven Beeinflussbarkeit von älteren Menschen (On the suggestibility of older adults). In K.-P.Dahle, R. Volbert (Eds.), Entwicklungspsychologische Aspekte der Rechtspsychologie. (Developmental aspects of legal psychology), 318-329, Goettingen: Hogrefe.

Ceci, S. J. & Williams, W. M. (in press). Are we moving closer and closer apart: Shared evidence leads to conflicting views on women in science. In Ceci, S. J. & Williams, W. M. (Editors). (in press). Do women belong in science?: Eminent thinkers weigh the evidence on a key controversy of our time. Washington, DC: American Psychological Assoc. Books.

Bruck, M. & Ceci, S. J. (in press). Forensic Developmental Psychology in the Courtroom. In Coping with Psychiatric and Psychological Testimony (M. Zisken, D. Faust, & S. Anderer, Eds.). Los Angeles, CA: Law and Psychology Press.

Ceci, S. J. & Bruck, M. (in press). Loftus' Lineage in Developmental Forensic Research: Seven Scientific Misconceptions About Children's Suggestibility. In M. Gary (Ed.), Hillsdale, NJ: Erlbaum.

Mueller-Johnson, K. & Ceci, S. J. (in press). THE ELDERLY EYEWITNESS: A REVIEW AND PROSPECTUS. In M. Toglia, D. Reed, & D. Ross (Eds.), Handbook of eyewitness memory. Hillsdale, NJ: Erlbaum.

Chae, Y., & Ceci, S. J. (in press). Individual Differences in Children's Suggestibility. In A. Fonseca (Ed.), Forensic Psychology. Coimbra, Portugal: Almedina.
 

Bruck, M., Ceci, S. J., & Principe, G. (in press). The child and the law. In K. A. Renninger & I. Seigel (Eds.). Handbook of Child Psychology. NY: Wiley.

Williams, W. M. & Ceci, S. J. (in press). Key issues in the debate on women in science. In Ceci, S. J. & Williams, W. M. (Editors). (in press). Do women belong in science?: Eminent thinkers weigh the evidence on a key controversy of our time. Washington, DC: American Psychological Assoc. Books.

Ceci, S. J. & Williams, W. M. (in press). Are we moving closer and closer apart: Shared evidence leads to conflicting views on women in science. In Ceci, S. J. & Williams, W. M. (Editors). (in press). Do women belong in science?: Eminent thinkers weigh the evidence on a key controversy of our time. Washington, DC: American Psychological Assoc. Books.

Barnett, S. M., Ceci, S. J., & Williams, W. M. (2006). Is the ability to make a bacon sandwich a mark of intelligence?: Some reflections on Gardner's theory of multiple intelligences. (pp. 95-114) Jeffrey A. Schaler (Ed.), Howard Gardner Under Fire. Chicago, IL: Open Court Press.

London, K., Bruck, M., Ceci, S. J., & Shuman, D. (2006). Disclosure of child sexual abuse: Review of the empirical evidence. (pp. 141-163). In S. Christiansen (Ed.), Memory for abuse-related experiences. Stockholm: Sweden.

Chae, Y., & Ceci, S. J. (2006). Individual Differences in Children's Suggestibility. (p. 471-496). In A. Fonseca, et al.(Eds.), Forensic Psychology. Coimbra, Portugal: Almedina.

Bruck, M., Ceci, S. J., & Principe, G. (in press). The child and the law. In K. A. Renninger & I. Seigel (Eds.). Handbook of Child Psychology. NY: Wiley.

Klemfuss, J.Z., Ceci, S.J., & Bruck, M. (2009). Normative Memory Development and the Child Witness. In Kuehnle, K. & M. Connell (Eds.), Child Sexual Abuse Allegations. NY: Wiley.

Aydin, C. & Ceci, S. J. (in press). Evidentiality and suggestibility. In S. Fitneva and M. Sabagh (Eds.),

Bruck, M. & Ceci, S. J. (in press). Developmental science in the courtroom. In S. Lilienfeld and J. Skeem (Eds.), Psychological Science in the Courtroom: Controversies and Consensus. NY: Guilford.

Ceci, S. J. & Bruck, M. (2006). Loftus' Lineage in Developmental Forensic Research: Seven Scientific Misconceptions About Children's Suggestibility. In M. Gary (Ed.), Hillsdale, NJ: Erlbaum

20. Bruck, M. & Ceci, S. J. (2006). Forensic Developmental Psychology in the Courtroom. In Coping with Psychiatric and Psychological Testimony (M. Zisken, D. Faust, & S. Anderer, Eds.). Los Angeles, CA: Law and Psychology Press.

21. Bruck, M., Ceci, S. J., Kulkofsky, S. C., Sweeney, C., & Klemfuss, J. Z. (in press). Children's suggestibility. In M. Rutter, D. Bishop, D. Pine, S. Scott, J. Stevenson, E. Taylor, & A. Thapar) (Eds.) Rutter's Handbook of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry. London: Blackwell.

22. Mueller-Johnson, K. & Ceci, S. J. (2006). The elderly eyewitnes: A review and prospectus. (pp. 577-604). In M. Toglia, D. Reed, D. Ross, R.C.L. Lindsay (Eds.), Handbook of eyewitness memory. Hillsdale, NJ: Erlbaum.

23. Ceci, S. J. & Williams, W. M. (2007). Are we moving closer and closer apart: Shared evidence leads to conflicting views on women in science. (pp. 211-236) In Ceci, S. J. & Williams, W. M. (Editors). Why aren't more women in science?: Top researchers debate the evidence. Washington, DC: American Psychological Assoc. Books.

24. Bruck, M. & Ceci, S. J. (in press). Developmental science in the courtroom. In S. Lilienfeld and J. Skeem (Eds.), Psychological Science in the Courtroom: Controversies and Consensus. NY: Guilford.

25. Bruck, M., Ceci, S. J., Kulkofsky, S. C., Sweeney, C., & Klemfuss, J. Z. (2007). Children's suggestibility. (pp. 81-94) In M. Rutter, D. Bishop, D. Pine, S. Scott, J. Stevenson, E. Taylor, & A. Thapar) (Eds.) Rutter's Handbook of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry. London: Blackwell.

26. Williams, W. M. & Ceci, S. J. (2007). Sex differences in cognition: Setting the stage.(pp. 1-24). In Ceci, S. J. & Williams, W. M. (Editors). Why aren't more women in science?: Top researchers debate the evidence. Washington, DC: American Psychological Assoc. Books.

27. Bruck, M. & Ceci, S. J. (2009). Developmental science in the courtroom. In S. Lilienfeld and J. Skeem (Eds.), Psychological Science in the Courtroom: Controversies and Consensus. NY: Guilford.

28. Odegard, T. N., Cooper, C.M., Holliday, R. E., & Ceci, S. J. (2010). Interviewing Child Victims: Advances in the Scientific Understanding of Child Eyewitness Memory. (pp. 105-128). In J. M. Lapinen & K. Sexton-Radek (Eds.), Protecting children from violence: Evidence-base interventions. NY: Psychology Press.

29. Ceci, S.J., Fitneva, S., Aydin, C., & Chernyak, N., L. (in press). The Legal Context of Memory Development. pp. xxx-xxx in A. Slater and G. Bremner (Eds.), An Introduction to Developmental Psychology, 2nd ed.. London: Blackwell.

30. Rindermann, H. , Williams, W. M., & Ceci, S. J. (in press). Whither cognitive talent? Understanding high ability, its development, relevance and furtherance. In S. B. Kaufman (Ed.), Beyond talent or practice: The multiple determinants of greatness. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

31. Bruck, M. & Ceci, S. J. (in press). Forensic Developmental Psychology in the Courtroom. In Coping with Psychiatric and Psychological Testimony (Chapter 33) Faust, D. & Ziskin, M. (Eds.). NY: Cambridge University Press.

32. Bruck, M. & Ceci, S. J. (2010). Developmental science in the courtroom. In S. Lilienfeld and J. Skeem (Eds.), Psychological Science in the Courtroom: Controversies and Consensus. NY: Guilford.

33. Barnett, S.M., Rindermann, H., Williams, W. M., & Ceci, S. J. (in press). The Relevance of Intelligence for Society: Predictiveness and Relevance of IQ for Societal Outcomes. In S. Kaufman & R. J. Sternberg (Eds.), Cambridge Handbook of Intelligence. NY: Cambridge University Press

34. Aydin, C. & Ceci, S. J. (2010). Evidentiality and suggestibility. New Directions for Child and Adolescent Development, 125, 79-93.

35. Aydin, C. & Ceci, S. J. (2009). Evidentiality and suggestibility. In S. Fitneva and M. Sabagh (Eds.),

36. Odegard, T. N., Cooper, C.M., Holliday, R. E., & Ceci, S. J. (in press). Interviewing Child Victims: Advances in the Scientific Understanding of Child Eyewitness Memory. (pp. 105-128). In J. M. Lapinen & K. Sexton-Radek (Eds.), Protecting children from violence: Evidence-base interventions. NY: Psychology Press.

37. Ceci, S.J., Fitneva, S., Aydin, C., & Chernyak, N., L. (in press). The Legal Context of Memory Development. pp. xxx-xxx in A. Slater and G. Bremner (Eds.), An Introduction to Developmental Psychology, 2nd ed.. London: Blackwell.

38. Barnett, S.M., Rindermann, H., Williams, W. M., & Ceci, S. J. (in press). The Relevance of Intelligence for Society: Predictiveness and Relevance of IQ for Societal Outcomes. In S. Kaufman & R. J. Sternberg (Eds.), Cambridge Handbook of Intelligence. NY: Cambridge University Press

39. Barnett , S. M & Ceci, S. J. (2005). Re-Framing the Evaluation of Education: Assessing Whether Learning Transfers Beyond the Classroom. (pp. 295-312.) In J. Mestre (Ed.), Transfer of Learning from a Modern Multidisciplinary Perspective. Greenwich, CT: Information Age Publishing. reframing the evaluation of education.

40. London, K., Bruck, M., Ceci, S. J., & Shuman, D. (2005). Disclosure of child sexual abuse: Review of the empirical evidence. In S. Christiansen (Ed.), Memory for abuse-related experiences. Stockholm: Sweden.

41. Barnett, S.M., Rindermann, H., Williams, W. M., & Ceci, S. J. (2011). The Relevance of Intelligence for Society: Predictiveness and Relevance of IQ for Societal Outcomes.(pp. 666-682.) In S. Kaufman & R. J. Sternberg (Eds.), Cambridge Handbook of Intelligence. NY: Cambridge University Press

42. Rindermann, H. , Williams, W. M., & Ceci, S. J. (in press). Whither cognitive talent? Understanding high ability, its development, relevance and furtherance. In S. B. Kaufman (Ed.), Beyond talent or practice: The multiple determinants of greatness. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

43. Bruck, M. & Ceci, S. J. (in press). Forensic Developmental Psychology in the Courtroom. In Coping with Psychiatric and Psychological Testimony (Chapter 33) Faust, D. & Ziskin, M. (Eds.). NY: Cambridge University Press.

44.Klemfuss, J. Z. & Ceci, S. J. (in press). The law and science of children’s testimonial competence. In Holliday, R. & Marche, T. (Eds.), Child forensic psychology. NY: Macmillan & Sons.

45.Klemfuss, J. Z. & Ceci, S. J. (2012). The law and science of children’s testimonial competence. In Holliday, R. & Marche, T. (Eds.), Child forensic psychology. NY: Palgrave-Macmillan & Sons.

46. Bruck, M. & Ceci, S. J. (2012). Forensic Developmental Psychology in the Courtroom. In Coping with Psychiatric and Psychological Testimony (Chapter 33) Faust, D. & Ziskin, M. (Eds.). NY: Cambridge University Press.

47. Rindermann, H. , Williams, W. M., & Ceci, S. J. (2012). Whither cognitive talent? Understanding high ability, its development, relevance and furtherance. In S. B. Kaufman (Ed.), Beyond talent or practice: The multiple determinants of greatness. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

48. Sloboda, J., Ceci, S. J. , & Davidson, J.(in press). A former postgraduate student’s remembrance of Michael Howe. In S. Kaufmann (Ed.), Beyond “talent or practice?”: The multiple determinants of greatness. NY: Oxford University Press.

49. Principe, G., Greenhoot, A.F. , & Ceci, S. J. (in press). Children’s eyewitness memory. In D.S. Lindsay & T. Perfect (Eds.), Handbook of Applied Memory. NY: Sage.

50. Sloboda, J., Ceci, S. J. , & Davidson, J.(2013). A former postgraduate student’s remembrance of Michael Howe. In S. Kaufmann (Ed.), Beyond “talent or practice?”: The multiple determinants of greatness. NY: Oxford University Press.

51. Principe, G., Greenhoot, A.F. , & Ceci, S. J. (2014). Children’s eyewitness memory. In D.S. Lindsay & T. Perfect (Eds.), Handbook of Applied Memory. NY: Sage.

52. Ceci, S. J. (2013).The role of context in cognition. Evolution: View of Life. www.thisviewoflife.com http://www.thisviewoflife.com/index.php/magazine/articles/the-role-of-context-in-shaping-cognitive-development

53. Klemfuss, J. Z. & Ceci, S. J. (2013). The law and science of children’s testimonial competence. (pp. 170-208) In Holliday, R. & Marche, T. (Eds.), Child forensic psychology. NY: Palgrave-Macmillan & Sons. (NB: This was erronreously listed as published in 2012)

54. Ceci, S.J., Hritz, A., & Royer, C. (in press). Understanding suggestibility. InForensic Interviews Regarding Child Sexual Abuse - A Guide to Evidence-Based Practice.William O’Donohue & Matthew Fanetti (Eds.)NY: Springer Publishing

55. Bruck, M. & Ceci, S. J. (2013). Children’s testimony. 6th edition of Rutter’s Child and Adolescent Psychiatry. Eds: Anita Thapar and Daniel Pine, James Leckman, Stephen Scott, Margaret Snowling and Eric Taylor.

56. Ceci, S. J. & Williams, W. M. (2017).Why So Few Women in Mathematically-Intensive Fields? In S. Kosslyn & R. Scott (Eds.)Emerging Trends in the Social and Behavioral Sciences.NY: Wiley & Sons.

57. Ceci, S. J. & Williams, W. M. (in press).Why So Few Women in Mathematically-Intensive Fields? In S. Kosslyn & R. Scott (Eds.)Emerging Trends in the Social and Behavioral Sciences.NY: Wiley & Sons.

58. Ceci, S.J., Hritz, A., & Royer, C. (2016). Understanding suggestibility. InForensic Interviews Regarding Child Sexual Abuse - A Guide to Evidence-Based Practice.William O’Donohue & Matthew Fanetti (Eds.)NY: Springer Publishing

59. Ceci, S.J. & Williams, W.M. (2018). Socio-Political Values Infiltrate the Assessment of Scientific Research. In L. Jussim & J. Crawford (Eds.), The Politics of Social Psychology. London: Taylor & Francis.

60. Ceci, S.J., Hritz, A., & Royer, C. (2015). Understanding suggestibility. InForensic Interviews Regarding Child Sexual Abuse - A Guide to Evidence-Based Practice.William O’Donohue & Matthew Fanetti (Eds.)NY: Springer Publishing

61. Ceci, S. J. & Williams, W. M. (2015).Why So Few Women in Mathematically-Intensive Fields? In S. Kosslyn & R. Scott (Eds.)Emerging Trends in the Social and Behavioral Sciences.NY: Wiley & Sons.

62. Ceci, S.J. (in press). In R.J. Sternberg, S. Fiske, & D. Foss (Eds.), Making a Difference: The Greatest Living Behavioral and Brain Scientists Talk about Their Most Important Contributions. NY: Cambridge University Press.

63. Ceci, S.J. & Williams, W.M. (2018). Socio-Political Values Infiltrate the Assessment of Scientific Research. In L. Jussim & J. Crawford (Eds.), The Politics of Social Psychology. London: Taylor & Francis.

64. Ceci, S.J. (in press). In R.J. Sternberg, S. Fiske, & D. Foss (Eds.), Making a Difference: The Greatest Living Behavioral and Brain Scientists Talk about Their Most Important Contributions. NY: Cambridge University Press.

65. Ceci, S.J. (2015). Women in the Academy: Past, Present, and Future. In M.J. Feuer, G, White, A Berman (Eds.) (273-278). The Past as Prologue: The National Academy of Education at 50. Washington DC: National Academy of Education Press.

66. Helm, R.K., Royer, C.E., & Ceci, S.J. (in press). Child Interrogations and Testimony. In W. J. Koen & C. M. Bowers (Eds.) Forensic science reform: Protecting the innocent. NY: Elsevier.

67. Ceci, S. J., Ginther, D. K., Kahn, S., & Williams, W.M. (in press). Culture, Sex and Intelligence: Descriptive and Proscriptive Issues. In R. J. Sternberg (Ed.), The Nature of Human Intelligence. NY: Cambridge University Press.

68. Cleese, J. & Ceci, S.J. (in press). The human face. Cornell University Press. Ithaca, NY.

69. Ceci, S.J., Fitneva, S., Aydin, C., & Chernyak, N., L. (2010; revised 2016). Memory Development and Eyewitness Testimony. pp. 440-472 in A. Slater and G. Bremner (Eds.), An Introduction to Developmental Psychology, 2nd ed.. Chichester, UK: Wiley & Sons.

70. Ceci, S.J. & Williams, W.M. (submitted). Adolescence: Cogntive development. In R.J. Sternberg (Ed.), Human development in context. NY: Norton.

71. Barnett, S.M., Rindermann, H., Williams, W.M., & Ceci, S.J. (submitted).The Relevance of Intelligence for Society:Predictiveness and Relevance of IQ for Societal Outcomes. In Kaufman, S. B. & Sternberg, R.J. (Eds),Cambridge Handbook of Intelligence

72. Barnett, S.M., Rindermann, H., Williams, W.M., & Ceci, S.J. (submitted).The Relevance of Intelligence for Society:Predictiveness and Relevance of IQ for Societal Outcomes. In Kaufman, S. B. & Sternberg, R.J. (Eds),Cambridge Handbook of Intelligence

73. Helm, R.K., Royer, C.E., & Ceci, S.J. (in press). Child Interrogations and Testimony. In W. J. Koen & C. M. Bowers (Eds.) Forensic science reform: Protecting the innocent. NY: Elsevier.

74. Cleese, J. & Ceci, S.J. (in press). The human face. Cornell University Press. Ithaca, NY.

75. Ceci, S. J., Ginther, D. K., Kahn, S., & Williams, W.M. (in press). Culture, Sex and Intelligence: Descriptive and Proscriptive Issues. In R. J. Sternberg (Ed.), The Nature of Human Intelligence. NY: Cambridge University Press.

76. Ceci, S.J. (in press). In R.J. Sternberg, S. Fiske, & D. Foss (Eds.), Making a Difference: The Greatest Living Behavioral and Brain Scientists Talk about Their Most Important Contributions. NY: Cambridge University Press.

77. Ceci, S.J. & Williams, W.M. (in press). Socio-Political Values Infiltrate the Assessment of Scientific Research. In L. Jussim & J. Crawford (Eds.), The Politics of Social Psychology. London: Taylor & Francis.

78. Ceci, S.J. & Williams, W.M. (in press). Journal publishing can be confusing.Guide to Publishing in Psychology Journals(2nd ed.) R. J. Sternberg (Ed.) Cambridge University Press

Books Edited

1.Ceci, S.J., Williams, W.M., & Kahn, S. (Eds.) (2015).Underrepresentation of Women in Science: International and Cross-Disciplinary Evidence and Debate.Frontiers in Psychology, Special Issue.http://journal.frontiersin.org/researchtopic/2794/underrepresentation-of-women-in-science-international-and-cross-disciplinary-evidence-and-debate

2. Ceci, S.J., Williams, W.M., & Kahn, S. (Eds.) (in press).Underrepresentation of Women in Science: International and Cross-Disciplinary Evidence and Debate.Frontiers in Psychology, Special Issue.

3. London, K. & Ceci, S. J. (Guest Editors.) (2012). "Special Issue: Child Witness Research". Developmental Review, Volume 32, Issue 3, Pages 161-306.

4. Ceci, S. J. & Williams, W. M. (Editors). (2007). Why aren't more women in science?: Top researchers debate the evidence. Washington, DC: American Psychological Assoc. Books.

5. Ceci, S. J. & Williams, W. M. (Editors). (in press). Do more women belong in science?: Eminent thinkers weigh the evidence on a key controversy of our time. Washington, DC: American Psychological Assoc. Books.

6. Hubbs-Tait, L., Nation, J., Krebs, N., & Bellinger, D. C. (2005). Neurotxicants, micronutirents, and social enviornments: Individual and combined effects on children's development. Psychological Science in the Public Interest, volume 6:3. (entire issue). Edited by S. J. Ceci.

7. Mannix, E. & Neale, M. (2005). What difference makes a difference: The promise and reality of diverse teams in organizations. Psychological Science in the Public Interest, volume 6:2. (entire issue). Edited by S. J. Ceci.

8. Emery, R., Otto, R. K., & O'Donohue. W. T. (2005). A critical assessment of child custody evaluations. Psychological Science in the Public Interest, volume 6:1. (entire issue). Edited by S. J. Ceci.

Journal Articles

Williams, W.M., Kahn, S., Ginther, D., & Ceci, S.J. (Invited). Charting the developmental trajectories of women in academic science. Current Directions.

Ceci, S. J., Ginther, D. K., Kahn, S., & Williams, W.M. (2015). Women in science: the path to progress. Scientific American Mind, 26.

Helm, R.K., Ceci, S.J., & Burd, K (in press). Unpacking Insanity Defense Standards-An Experimental Study of Rationality and Control Tests in Criminal Law. European Journal of Psychology Applied to the Legal Context.

Williams, W. M., & Ceci, S. J. (2017). Strategies that enhance careers of women in science. Frontiers in Psychology.

Williams, W.M., Kahn, S., Ginther, D., & Ceci, S.J. (Invited). Charting the developmental trajectories of women in academic science. Current Directions.

Helm, R.K., Ceci, S.J., & Burd, K (2016). Unpacking Insanity Defense Standards-An Experimental Study of Rationality and Control Tests in Criminal Law. European Journal of Psychology Applied to the Legal Context.http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.ejpal.2016.02.004 doi:10.1016/j.ejpal.2016.02.004

Ceci, S.J., Williams-Ceci, S., & Williams, W.M. (2016). How to Actualize Potential: A Bio-ecological Approach to Talent Development, Annals of the New York Academy of Science.1-12. doi: 10.1111/nyas.13057

Rindermann, H. & Ceci, S.J. (in press). Parents’ education Is more important than their income in shaping their children’s intelligence: Results of 19 samples in seven countries at different developmental levels. Journal of Education for the Gifted.

Kim, I-K, Kwon, E., & Ceci, S.J. (2017). Developmental Reversals in Report Conformity: Psycho-legal Implications. Journal of Applied Cognitive Psychology.

Williams, W.M., Mahajan, A., Thoemmes, F.,Barbett, S.M., Vermeylen, F., Cash, B., & S., & Ceci, S.J. (in press). Does Gender of Administrator Matter? National Study Explores University Administrators’ Attitudes About Retaining Women STEM Professors, Frontiers in Psychology.

Ceci, S. J. (in press).The role of context in cognition. Evolution: View of Life. www.thisviewoflife.com

Friedman, R. A. & Ceci, S. J. (in press). The child as a quasi-witness. University of Chicago Law Review.

Ceci, S. J., Ginther, D. K., Kahn, S., & Williams, W.M. (In Press). Women in science: the path to progress. Scientific American Mind, 26.

Williams, W.M. & Ceci, S. J. (2015, May 7). Describing applicants in gendered language might influence academic science hiring. American Scientist. http://www.americanscientist.org/blog/pub/gendered-language-science-hiring

14. Ceci, S.J. & Williams, W.M. (2016). A Qualitative Synthesis Of The Flynn Effect. Measurement: Interdisciplinary Research and Perspectives,14, 56-63. DOI:10.1080/15366367.2016.1173949

15. Helm, R.K., Ceci, S.J., & Burd, K. (in press). Can Implicit Associations Distinguish True and False Eyewitness Memory? Preliminary Development and Testing the IATe? Behavioral Science and the Law.

16. Hritz, A., Royer, C., Helm, R., Burd, K., Ojeda, K., & Ceci, S. J. (In Press). Children’s Suggestibility Research: Things to Know Before Interviewing a Child. Annual Review of Forensic Psychology.

17. Ceci, S. J., Williams, W.M., & Cash, B. (in press). Affirmative Action does not result in hiring less competetent women.Frontiers in Psychology.

18. Sweeney, C. D. & Ceci, S. J. (under review).Professional expertise and age in deception detection.Frontiers in Psychology.

19. Williams, W.M., & Ceci, S.J. (in press). Do STEM faculty have different tenure expectations for women and men assistant professors?Frontiers in Psychology. (empirical article)

20. Williams, W. M., & Ceci, S. J. (2015). National Hiring Experiments Reveal 2-to-1 Faculty Preference for Women on STEM Tenure Track. Proceedings of the National Academy of Science.,112 no. 17,5360–5365. http://www.pnas.org/content/early/2015/04/08/1418878112.abstract; DOI:10.1073/pnas.1418878112

21.Williams, W. M. & Ceci, S. J. (2015).Randomized national experiment at 371 universities reveals tenure-track hiring preferences among STEM faculty.Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. (Detailed 30-page peer-reviewed statistical monograph describing multi-phase national experimental study, published as Technical Supplement accompanying PNAS article.)

22. Friedman, R. A. & Ceci, S. J. (2015). The child as a quasi-witness. University of Chicago Law Review, 82, 89-112.

23. Friedman, R. & Ceci, S. J. (in press). The child quasi-witness model: An amicus brief in Ohio v. Clark. Psychology, Public Policy, and Law, Vol 21(4), 374-382. http://dx.doi.org/10.1037/law0000061

24. Hritz, A., Royer, C., Helm, R., Burd, K., Ojeda, K., & Ceci, S. J. (2015).Children’s Suggestibility Research: Things to Know Before Interviewing a Child. Annual Review of Forensic Psychology.

25. Ceci, S. J., & Williams, W.M. (2015). Women have substantial advantage in STEM faculty hiring, except when competing against more accomplished men. Frontiers in Psychology, 20,http://dx.doi.org/10.3389/fpsyg.2015.01532

26. Williams, W.M., Ginther, D., Kahn, S., & Ceci, S.J. (invited article). Charting the developmental trajectories of women in academic science. Current Directions in Psychological Science.

27. Helm, R. & Ceci, S. J. (under review).Less Guilty by Reason of Control:An Empirical Study of Rationality and Control Tests in Criminal Law, Journal ofPsychology, Crime and Law.

28. Sweeney. C. & Ceci, S. J. (2014). Deception detection, transmission, and modality in age and sex. Frontiers in Psychology, 5:590. doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2014.00590

29. DeFraine, W., Williams, W.M., & Ceci, S.J. (in press).Lifestyle Preferences of Current STEM Students: Traditional versus Work-Life Interaction Labs.PLoS One.

30. Yang, H., Ceci, S. J., Eisen, A., & Yang, S. (under review).Positive Affect Facilitates the Effect of Warnings on False Memory: Implications for Monitoring Processing.

31. Valla, J.M. & Ceci, S. J. (in press). Breadth-based models of women’s underrepresentation in STEM fields.Perspectives in Psychological Science.

32. Friedman, R. A. & Ceci, S. J. (in press). The child as a quasi-witness. University of Chicago Law Review.

33. Williams, W. M. & Ceci, S. J. (re-revision under re-review). Twenty-condition randomized national experiment at 316 universities reveals tenure-track hiring preferences among STEM faculty. (book-length monograph describing multi-phase national experimental study)

34. Williams, W. M., & Ceci, S. J. (In Press). National Hiring Experiments Reveal 2-to-1 Faculty Preference for Women on STEM Tenure Track. Proceedings of the National Academy of Science.

35. Ceci, S. J., Ginther, D., Kahn, S., & Williams, W. M. (2014). Women in science: A Changing Landscape. Psychological Science in the Public Interest, 15, 75-141. DOI:10.1177/1529100614541236

36. Valla, J.M. & Ceci, S. J. (2014). Breadth-based models of women’s underrepresentation in STEM fields: Commentary on Schmidt, and Nye et al. Perspectives in Psychological Science, 9, 219-224

37.

DeFraine WC, Williams WM, Ceci SJ (2014) Attracting STEM Talent: Do STEM Students Prefer Traditional or Work/Life-Interaction Labs? PLoS ONE 9(2): e89801. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0089801

38. Yang, H.,Yang, S., Ceci, S. J., & Isen, A. (2014). Positive Affect Facilitates the Effect of a Warning on False Memory in the DRM Paradigm. Journal of Positive Psychology, 1-11. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/17439760.2014.950177

39.

Williams, W. M. & Ceci, S. J. (in press).Randomized national experiment at 371 universities reveals tenure-track hiring preferences among STEM faculty.Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. (Detailed peer-reviewed statistical monograph describing multi-phase national experimental study, published as Technical Supplement accompanying PNAS article.)

40. Williams, W. M., & Ceci, S. J. (under review). National Experiment on STEM-Faculty Hiring Attitudes Reveals 2-to-1 Preference for Women.

41. Aydin, C. & Ceci, S. J. (2013).The role of culture and language in avoiding misinformation.Behavioral Sciences an the Law,31, 559-573. DOI: 10.1002/bsl.2077 .

 

42. Bruck, M. & Ceci, S. J. (2013).Expert Testimony in a Child Sex Abuse Case: Translating Memory Development Research.Memory,. DOI:10.1080/09658211.2013.769606

43. Williams, W. M., & Ceci, S. J. (under invited re-review). National Experiment on STEM-Faculty Hiring Attitudes Reveals 2-to-1 Preference for Women. Science.

44. Ceci, S. J., Ginther, D., Kahn, S., & Williams, W. M. (in press). Women in science: Explaining the gap. Psychological Science in the Public Interest.

45. Aydin, C. & Ceci, S. J. (in press).The role of culture and language in avoiding misinformation.Behavioral Sciences an the Law.

 

46. Kanaya, T. & Ceci, S. J. (2012). The impact of the Flynn effect on LD diagnoses in special education. Journal of Learning Disabilities, 45, 319-326.

47. Ceci, S. J. & Williams, W. M. (under review, 11/26/12). Refocusing the debate on women in science. Archives of Scientific Psychology.

48. Bruck, M. & Ceci, S. J. (in press).Expert Testimony in a Child Sex Abuse Case: Translating Memory Development Research.Memory.

49.Williams, W.M. & Ceci, S. J. (2012). When Scientists Choose Motherhood. American Scientist. (Feature article),100, 138-145.

50.Klemfuss, J. Z. & Ceci, S. J. (2012). Legal and psychological perspectives on children’s competence to testify in court. Developmental Review,, 32, 268-286.

51.Battin, D., Ceci, S. J., Lust, B. (2012). Do Children Really Mean What They Say?: The Forensic Implications of Preschoolers’ Linguistic Referencing. Journal of Applied Developmental Psychology,33, 167-174.

52.Williams, W.M. & Ceci, S. J. (in press). When Scientists Choose Motherhood. American Scientist. (Feature article)

53.Klemfuss, J. Z. & Ceci, S. J. (revised/resubmit). An empirical approach to children’s testimonial competence. Developmental Review.

54.Battin, D., Ceci, S. J., Lust, B. (revise/resubmit). Do Children Really Mean What They Say?: The Forensic Implications of Preschoolers’ Linguistic Referencing. Applied Developmental Psychology.

55.

Yang, H., Isen, A., Ceci, S.J., & Yang, S. (under re-review). Positive Affect Facilitates Monitoring Processes and Does Not Promote False Memory. Memory.

56. Papierno, P.B. & Ceci, S.J. (2005). Promoting Equity or Inducing Disparity: The Costs and Benefits of Widening Achievement Gaps Through Universalized Interventions. The Georgetown Public Policy Review, 10(2), 1-15.

57. Chae, Y. J. & Ceci, S. J. (2005). Individual differences in children's recall and suggestibility. Journal of Applied Cognitive Psychology, 19, 383-407.

58. London, K., Bruck, M., Ceci, S. J., & Shuman, D. (2005). Disclosure of child sexual abuse: What does the research tell us about the ways that children tell? Psychology, Public Policy & Law. 11, 194-226.

59. Shao, Y. & Ceci, S. J. (2011). Adult Credibility Assessments of Misinformed, Deceptive and Truthful Children. Applied Cognitive Psychology, 25, 135-145 DOI: 10.1002/acp.1652

60. Kanaya, T. & Ceci, S. J. (2011). The Flynn effect in the WISC subtests among school children tested for special education services. Journal of Psychoeducational assessment,29(2) 125–136.

61. Valla, J., Williams, W., & Ceci, S. J. (2011). The accuracy of inferences about criminality based on facial appearance. Journal of Social, Evolutionary, and Cultural Psychology, 5(1), 66-91.

62. Ceci, S. J. & Williams, W. M. (2011). Understanding Current Causes of Women's Underrepresentation in Science. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 108, 3157-3162.

63. Valla, J. & Ceci, S. J. (2011). Can Sex Differences in Science Be Tied to the Long Reach of Prenatal Hormones?: Brain Organization Theory, Digit Ratio (2D/4D), and Sex Differences in Preferences and Cognition. Perspectives in Psychological Science, 6, 134-146.

64.Ceci, S. J. (2011). The Journey from Basic to Applied to Basic Research: Applied Research Benefits from Theoretical Training. Applied Cognitive Psychology, 25: 673–674. DOI: 10.1002/acp.1794.

65. Ceci, S. J. & Bruck, M. (in press). Children's suggestibility: Characteristics and mechanisms. Advances in Child Development & Behavior, 34.

66. Ceci, S. J., Williams, W., M., & Mueller-Johnson, K. (in press). Inhibition and Self-Expression in the Academy: Faculty Beliefs About Tenure, Promotion, and Academic Freedom. Behavioral and Brain Sciences.

67. Kanaya, T., Ceci, S.J., & Scullin, M. (2005). Age differences within secular IQ trends: An individual growth modeling approach. Intelligence, 33, 612-621.

68. Principe, G., Kanaya, T., Ceci, S. J., & Singh, M. (in press) Rumor transmission in Preschoolers' Reports. Psychological Science.

69. Papierno, P.B., Ceci, S.J., Makel, M.C., & Williams, W.M. (2005). The nature and nurture of talent: A bioecological perspective on the ontogeny of exceptional abilities. Journal for the Education of the Gifted, 28(3-4).

70. Ceci, S.J. & Papierno, P.B. (2005). The rhetoric and reality of gap-closing: When the “have-nots” gain, but the “haves” gain even more. American Psychologist, 60, 149-160.

71. Kanaya, T. & Ceci, S. J. (in press). Are all IQ scores created equal?

The differential costs of IQ cut-off scores for at-risk children. Perspectives in Child Development.

72. Ceci, S. J., Bruck, M., Kulkofsky, S.C., Klemfuss, J.Z., & Sweeney, C. (in press). Unwarranted assumptions about children's testimonial competence. Annual Review of Clinical Psychology.

73. Powell, M., Roberts, K., Thomsen, D. M., & Ceci, S. J. (in press). The impact of experienced vs. non-experienced sugegstions on children's recall of repeated events. Journal of Applied Cognitive Psychology.

74. Principe, G., Kanaya, T., Ceci, S. J., & Singh, M. (2006). Hearing is believing: How rumors can engender false memoriesin Preschoolers. Psychological Science.,17, 243-248.

75. Ceci, S. J., Williams, W., M., & Mueller-Johnson, K. (2006). Is tenure justified?: An experimental study of faculty beliefs about tenure, Ppomotion, and academic freedom. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 29, 1-14.

76. Ceci, S. J. & Bruck, M. (2006). Children's suggestibility: Characteristics and mechanisms. Advances in Child Development & Behavior, 34.247-281.

77. Ceci, S. J., Williams, W., M., & Mueller-Johnson, K. (2006). Tenure, Promotion, and Academic Freedom: Prospects and constraints. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 29, 31-37.

78. Ceci, S.J., Fitneva, S. A., & Williams, W. M (in press). Representational constraints on the development of memory and metamemory: A Developmental-Representational theory. Psychological Review.

79. Rinderman, H. & Ceci, S. J. (in press). Educational policy and country outcomes in international cognitive competence studies. Perspectives in Psychological Science.

80. Ceci, S. J., Papierno, P.B., & Kulkofsky, S. C. (in press). Representational constraints on children's suggestibility. Psychological Science.

81. Esterson, A. & Ceci, S. J. (in press). Freud did not anticipate modern cognitive science. Behavioral and Brain Sciences. (This is a 3 page commentary)

82. Ceci, S. J., Bruck, M. (n press). Do IRBs pass the minimal harm test? Perspectives in Psychological Science.

83. Brainerd, C., Reyna, V.F., Ceci, S.J., & Holliday, R.E. (2008). Developmental reversals in false memory: Reply to Ghetti (2008) and Howe (2008) Psychological Bulletin, 134, 773-778.

84. Kanaya, T. & Ceci, S. J. (2008). Are all IQ scores created equal?

The differential costs of IQ cut-off scores for at-risk children. Perspectives in Child Development, 1,52-57.

85. London, K., Bruck. M., Wright, D. B., & Ceci, S. J. (in press). How children report sexual abuse to others: Findings, methodological issues, and implications for forensic interviewers. Memory.

86. Brainerd, C., Reyna, V., & Ceci, S. J. (2008). Developmental Reversals in False Memory: A Review of Data and Theory. Psychological Bulletin, 134, 334-375.

87. Ceci, S. J., Williams, W.M., & Barnett, S.M. (in press, due out March, 2009). The Underrepresentation of Women in Science: Biological and sociocultural issues. Psychological Bulletin.

88. Ceci, S. J. & Williams, W. M. (in press). Untouchable science: Defeating Lysenkoism. Nature

89. Kanaya, T. & Ceci, S. J. (2008). How much is one IQ point worth? Perspectives in Child Development, 1, 62-63.

90. Kulkofsky, S. C, Wang, Q.,. & Ceci, S. J. (2008). Do Better Stories Make Better Memories?: Narrative Quality and Memory Accuracy in Preschool Children. Applied Cognitive Psychology, 22, 21-38.

91. Ceci, S. J., Wiliams, W. M., & Barnett, S. M. ((accepted pending final revision). A framework for explaining the underrepresentation of women in mathematically-intensive science. Psychological Bulletin.

92. Powell, M., Roberts, K., Thomsen, D. M., & Ceci, S. J. (2007). The impact of experienced vs. non-experienced sugegstions on children's recall of repeated events. Journal of Applied Cognitive Psychology, 21, 649-668..

93. Kulkofsky, S. C, Wang, Q.,. & Ceci, S. J. (in press). Do Better Stories Make Better Memories?: Narrative Quality and Memory Accuracy in Preschool Children. Applied Cognitive Psychology.

94. Ceci, S. J., Papierno, P.B., & Kulkofsky, S. C. (2007). Representational constraints on children's suggestibility. Psychological Science, 18, 503-509.

95. Esterson, A. & Ceci, S. J. (in press). Freud did not anticipate modern cognitive science. Behavioral and Brain Sciences. (This is a 3 page commentary)

96. Ceci, S. J., William

I serve on several national and international scientific advisory boards, and I currently sit on 11 editorial boards of journals, co-direct the Cornell Institute for Women in Science (CIWS), and supervise 7 graduate students and am a minor member of 5 others. I an advisor for several journals and granting agencies.

 

I currently serve on the following 10 editorial boards:

 

1. Scientific American Mind

2. Applied Cognitive Psychology

3. Applied Developmental Psychology

4. Perspectives in Child Development

5. International Journal of Intelligence

6. Archives of Scientific Psychology

7. Developmental Review

8. Psychology, Public Policy & Law

9. Psychological Science int he Public Interest

10. Psychological Bulletin
 

I have two lines of extension activity -- children and the law and women in science. 

During the last 4 months of 2017 I worked with Amelia Hritz on a paper that will inform the courts about children reports of abuse. It is nearly finished and I expect to disseminate it to attorneys for children (formerly law guardians) after it has been reviewed.  We also finished a paper to inform defense attorneys about false statements. 

The 19 videos I made with Wendy Williams have continued to accrue viewings.  ~45,000 downloads so far.

 

My co-instructors and I have continued to draw on the funding from grants to develop a MOOC to transform HD 2580--Six Pretty Good Books--into an online course. We have finished filming and editing for the coming year but we are "populating" the course shell with materials (TED talks, online reviews, etc.). We anticipate this course being ready for online viewers in August 2018.

Advisees can arrange appointments TBA by emailing me: sjc9@cornell.edu

As far as mentoring, I invite a large number of HD majors to participate in my lab. I mentor these students, not only in the context of my lab but in advising them about post-Cornell transitions, such as writing letters for fellowships and grad schools. In the Fall, 2017 I invited 16 undergrads to earn credits in my lab and in Spring 2017 I invited 7 students.

  • HD2580, Fall (91 students)
  • HD 4580, Fall (9 students; 2 audits)
  • HD 4230 (15 students)
  • HD 4010, Fall, (6 students)
  • HD 4010, Spring,  (7 students)
  • HD 4929 (1 student)
  • HD 4990, Fall (1 students)
  • HD 4010, Fall & Spring combined  (6 students)
  • Gave guest lectures during Spring 15 in Andrea Mooney's Law School course and Valerie Hans law course
  • HD 7010, 2 in Spring and 1 in Fall
  • HD 7000, 1 in Fall
  • HD 7990, 2 Spring
  • Ph.D 1978 - University. of Exeter, England - Developmental Psychology
  • M.A. 1975 - University of Pennsylvania - Developmental Psychol
  • B.A. 1973 - University of Delaware General Psychology

I  continue co-direct the Cornell Institute for Women in Science (CIWS). I lead a large lab (chair 7 graduate students and 15 undergraduate research assistants), and I currently serve on ten editorial boards. I  chaired the Social Network search in 2016-17. And I serve on the executive Committee.

 

Wendy Williams and I maintain our institute's web page:

Cornell Institute for Women in Science

 

I also maintain and update my lab web page:

 

http://www.human.cornell.edu/hd/ceci/index.cfm